Toshiba has announced the new Toshiba TV UL20 4K HDR TV model, offering great value 4K HDR TV and movie entertainment this summer.
Available from Amazon, AO, Currys and Very Toshiba’s latest 4K HDR technology is available in 43”, 50”, 55” 58”, 65” and starts from £299.
Experience the ultimate in 4K HDR entertainment thanks to HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision technology, as well as Toshiba’s own TRU Picture Engine technology. Dolby Vision HDR transforms gives ultravivid picture quality, with highlights up to 40 times brighter and blacks 10 times darker compared to a standard picture.
Toshiba’s TRU Picture Engine
The TRU Picture Engine enhances the viewing experience with upscaling and smoother, more detailed images:
Dolby Audio Processing for fantastic sound
Toshiba UL20’s impactful cinematic audio, powered by Dolby Audio processing, provides an enhanced experience whatever you’re watching with a richer, clearer and more powerful audio experience.
Control your 4K HDR TV with your voice
The UL20’s Linux-based OS works with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa enabled devices so you can control the TV with your voice. Turn the TV on, change channel, hear the news, play music or control other smart devices with your voice.
Huge range of on-demand content from BBC, Freeview and more
Easy and quick to navigate, Toshiba’s Linux-based operating system offers all the latest apps and streaming services in one easy to use platform. Tuck into all your Netflix, YouTube and Prime Video favourites or easily browse more than 20,000 hours of on-demand content from BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, UKTV Play, CBS Catchup Channels UK, Horror Bites are all also available thanks to Freeview Play integration, including 85 live Freeview channels.
Bart Kuijten, Commercial Director at Toshiba UK comments: “The new UL20 offers big screen 4K HDR moments for everyone. The new models are packed with technology to enhance the viewing experience; smooth picture quality for high-speed sport action, the latest 4K with brighter colours and darker blacks, or enhanced sound when watching a Hollywood action blockbuster.
“Connecting to an Alexa or Google Assistant device also lets you control the TV with your voice and can make it the centre of the connected living room.”